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Latest changes in Gnome’s Sound Widget

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Sound Output

Before..

After..

Devices box moves on the left and also Fade Effect and a Subwoofer meter added. Nice!

Sound Input

Before..

After..

Devices just moved on the left, also there isn’t a power off button. Maybe is just ignored from mockup.

Sound Effects

Before..

After..

Nothing much here also, just the standard left box with the alert sounds.

Sound Applications

Before..

After..

Things here remain the same apart for the power off button which is again absent. Maybe is ignored for a purpose, that I don’t know yet.

Hardware Tab also seems to missing. Maybe the move it out of Sound Widget?


 
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  • Guest

    This is already how it looks in Ubuntu 12.04 Unity…?

    • Alexis Diavatis

      This is not possible,  maybe you are confused with the before/after. 

      • António Fernandes

         Yes, it is very possible and true. Ubuntu developers and designers made those changes for 12.04 and shared them with GNOME. While they were not merged in time for upstream GNOME 3.4 release, they are available in the Ubuntu 12.04 packages.

        Meanwhile, those changes were applied upstream do gnome-control-center and will be available in the next release, GNOME 3.6.

        Actually, the wireframe designs shown are enhancements to what is already implemented.

        • Alexis Diavatis

          That was totally new to me! thanks for info!

          • António Fernandes

            You are welcome! :)

          • Guest

             same guest here, thanks for the clarification! :)